Looking for your next challenge in SEND? Do you have experience teaching children with Social Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties? If you have taught children who have challenging behaviour in any capacity and can support, guide and positively influence them we would love to hear from you. Axcis are working with a pupil referral unit in Bridgwater who are seeking to employ a secondary SEND teacher experienced in working with children with SEMH. This temporary role is full time five days a week and starts in September running till the end of the academic year.
The pupil referral unit is in a fantastic location and is easily accessible via local public transport links. You would need to be a good role model, be resilient and remain calm under pressure. If challenging behaviour doesn't faze you and you have the skills to de escalate stressful situations you would be prefect for our roles. This is a challenging but highly rewarding roles with potential to become permanent for the right person. This is a last chance for an education for some of these children and you could make a real difference in their lives. Those trained in Team Teach or MAPA would be at an advantage.
Axcis can offer you competitive rates of pay, the general day rate for teachers is £110.
Axcis Education is a specialist recruitment company for special needs that was established in July 2001, and is now recognised as the foremost supplier of quality special needs teaching and support staff in the UK. As sponsors of the National Autistic Society and other notable SEND organisations, Axcis takes it duty of care to the profession seriously and we do our best to find only the best staff for the schools we work with. Many of our staff have ex-teachers or support staff and your consultant will be your professional, knowledgeable point of contact throughout.
This is a temporary position.
If you are interested, then please contact Charise Clarke at Axcis Education on 0117 373 6127.
Axcis is an equal opportunities employer. The company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
All staff will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.
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CONTACT: Charise Clarke
TELEPHONE: 0117 373 6127